SCALING RELATIONS

Predicting electrochemical activity

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Guiding principles for the design of novel catalysts are key to developing new synthesis approaches. Now, a general principle has been defined to predict the reactivity for the hydrogen cycle of atomically dispersed metals on carbon supports.

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Fig. 1: Atomically dispersed metal-ions on carbon-based supports for electrochemical catalysis.

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